Category: Journalism

Damn the Pandemic, Full Speed Ahead
To my surprise I am in a better mental state, and I am more optimistic about this semester and the future

Despite news reports of more than 500,000 dead and blazing headline threats of escalating virus mutations sweeping across hot spots in America like a biblical plague at the time I was wrapping up my final draft for this article, this semester at Hunter been more relaxed and laid back for me and students I know, especially seniors who want to graduate this June, writes Niamh McAuliffe. Why? “It’s all about the Zoom.”

Damn the Pandemic, Full Speed Ahead
David Dekle-Hills, Kedar Young and Sumaya Nasir Said They Are Stepping Up to Challenges As Best They Can

Emerging media major David Dekle-Hills, who lives in Howard Beach, Queens, said he experienced a period when he lost passion for his favorite endeavors but eventually brushed off the apathy. Film major Kedar Young, 22, who lives in Yonkers, said he found ways to be productive during the pandemic. Senior Sumaya Nasir, 22, said her friends really have helped her.
By Seon Pollard

Damn the Pandemic, Full Speed Ahead
I’m a pretty introverted leaning person so the beginning of quarantine was almost like a blissful vacation

“I’m grateful that my mother and I haven’t been sick with the virus, that we haven’t been financially affected, nor evicted from our apartment and that I am continuing with my studies. I know that around 41,486 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the United States on March 9, 2021 around the time I started working on this article” – Christopher Molina.

2019 Peabody Awards

Each year, Peabody Awards are bestowed upon a curated collection of 30 stories that capture what PA considers society’s most important issues — known as the Peabody 30. From major Hollywood productions to local journalism. The Peabody Awards were founded in 1940 at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia and are still based in Athens today.

Quill Magazine

Says SPJ President Rebecca Baker: “We owe it to the next generation to help young people gain the tools they need not only to pursue journalism as a profession, but also to gain the knowledge of the importance of fair, accurate news gathering and how journalism upholds the First Amendment.”